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luxuriate (luhg ZOOR ee ate, luhk SHOOR ee ate) (verb), luxuriates; luxuriated; luxuriating
1. To enjoy being in a very pleasant, comfortable, or relaxing situation or place: Ricky and his wife were luxuriating on the cruise ship from California to Mexico.
2. To enjoy something in a self-indulgent way and taking great pleasure from the comfort that something offers: Lloyd was relaxing and luxuriating in a nice warm bath.
3. Etymology: from Latin luxuriatum the past participle form of luxuriare, "to indulge, to have to excess", from luxuria, "excess".
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